Using Data in the Classroom, Workshop 2002

A small workshop for STEM faculty

April 21-23, 2002
Carleton College


This workshop is designed to bring together faculty from across the disciplines to better define why, how, and to what effect they use data in the classroom. Our goals are to advance the effective use of data in the classroom, to support inquiry and discovery based learning, and to inform the design of on-line data delivery tools. In particular, we hope to answer the questions:


To produce useful information for both the education community and digital library creators and data providers, the workshop will produce:

Due to limited funding, this workshop is by invitation only. If you are interested in participating or would like to nominate someone to participate, please send a brief statement of your interest and contact information to Cathy Manduca ( or David Mogk (

This workshop is sponsored by NSDL Core Integration Services. On the Carleton campus, it is sponsored by the Perlman Center for Teaching and Learning and the Science Education Resource Center. The program is developed by Cathy Manduca (Carleton College) and Dave Mogk (Montana State University).